Review: A Dangerous Reality (The Bent Zealots MC #1) by Layla Wolfe

December 10, 2015 Review 0

Review: A Dangerous Reality (The Bent Zealots MC #1) by Layla Wolfe

Keep your lovers close—and your enemies in bed.
TURK. My club sent me to track him down. And when my mission was over, I never wanted another one again. When I found him, I kicked the crap out of Havelock Singer. I issued the mightiest beatdown of all time. Problem is, we’re evenly matched. We’re equals in every way, and when we finished whaling on each other, exhausted, we fell into each other’s arms.

I’ve never regretted it for an instant. It’s been the ride of my life. But loving another man in the MC world is a risky business. As if our business isn’t already brutal and ruthless enough, Lock’s homophobic sergeant-at-arms Stumpy gets an eyeful of our lovemaking and blackmails us into doing some of his dirty work, or be exposed for what we are—a couple of deviants. This run into the Indian reservation is sleazy and beneath us, but now I’m cornered, and I’ll do anything to keep my sweet Master from being lynched by his club.

LOCK. When that kingpin Carmine Rojas got a load of my beautiful stallion Turk Blackburn, he’d stop at nothing to have him—and Rojas gets what he wants. It’s my fault we’re in this situation. I should’ve kicked Turk’s ass and sent him packing back to The Bare Bones. I wasn’t even close to being ready to come out, but now they’re forcing my hand.

I can hear my destiny calling me. Either I’ll slink back to my club like a hetero bounty hunter with no morals—and no respect from anyone in my own backyard—or I’ll step up to the plate and be the lion of the day. Either way, my lover and I are screwed. Our clubs are going to hound us underground or into another country before we escape this mess—if we don’t die trying.

“Living off the grid and being an outlaw brings a dangerous reality.” –Ron Perlman
Publisher’s warning: This book is not for the faint of heart. It contains scenes of gay sex, consensual BDSM, illegal doings, dubious consent, and man-on-man violence. There is no cheating and a HEA.

Title: A Dangerous Reality
Author: Layla Wolfe
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: A Dangerous Reality, A Gorgeous Mess, A Lone Stranger, A Gorgeous Mess
Series: The Bent Zealots MC #1
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: A Dangerous Reality, A Gorgeous Mess, A Lone Stranger, A Gorgeous Mess
Published by Quicksilver Books
Source: Author
Published: January 11, 2015
Genres: M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Motorcycle Theme
Pages: 281
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: five-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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I’m somewhat on the fence with A Dangerous Reality. Normally I enjoy M/M romances and throw in it’s also a MC one, I’m usually all a flutter and loving them. I just can’t decide if I loved this one or hated it.

I think it’s the lingo. For starters, it’s fairly foul. Biker book equals foul language. Got it. Add to that quite a bit of violence in and out of the sack, which is not a issue for me either. Throw in action and intrigue(which I loved) and everything is kept rolling along. I did enjoy Turk and Lock. The difficulties they found themselves in, their struggles, and their eventual HEA, that worked for me, too. There’s just a lot of homophobic slang for my taste. I get that in this type of story it’s to be expected. Just for my personal reading, I found it too much.

Overall I did find A Dangerous Reality, an interesting read. I do plan on reading the next book in the series. Being this is my first book by author Layla Wolfe I’m hoping that I just need to get acclimated to her writing style. For now I’ll just stick to a neutral field and say the book neither sucked or rocked my world.


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